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Transfer Flow debuts in-bed auxiliary fuel tank system

Transfer Flow debuts in-bed auxiliary fuel tank system

CHICO, Calif. — Introducing Transfer Flow’s 40-gallon in-bed auxiliary fuel tank system—the fuel tank with the small footprint, but maximum versatility.

The unique design of the 40 gallon fuel tank makes it compatible with almost any full-size diesel truck, including half ton pickups, trucks with utility beds, RamBox equipped trucks, or those with a factory installed fifth wheel prep package, a release from the company stated. Because of its low height, it also fits under most standard tonneau bed covers.

The 40-gallon fuel tank operates with Transfer Flow’s automatic fuel transfer TRAX 3 technology. For safety and peace of mind, fuel is pumped—not gravity fed—from the auxiliary tank to the main tank at pre-determined fuel levels while the vehicle is in operation. The system comes with a dash-mounted LCD display that shows the percentage of fuel in each tank while also notifying you when a fuel transfer is in progress.

The 40-gallon fuel tank is manufactured from American-made 14-gauge aluminized steel for superior durability and strength. The patent pending design has a recessed cover box where the fuel tank sending unit, rollover valve and fuel filter comes preassembled. It’s powder coated for a durable satin black finish, has internal baffles to prevent fuel slosh, and comes complete with all parts needed for installation.

For more information on Transfer Flow’s 40-gallon in-bed auxiliary fuel tank system, call 530.893.5209, or 800.442.0056, or visit transferflow.com.

SOURCE: Transfer Flow press release

Transfer Flow 40 gallon auxiliary fuel tank

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